1. Scott Sauls writes about the danger of 'Outrage Porn,' which is the condition of being excited by being (perpetually) upset about something.
2. An interesting post by an author reflecting on the question whether Michael Foucalt, a founding-father of sorts for the deconstructionist left, could have become a fan a capitalism in his later decades. This goes along with the various conspiracy theories about why his estate will not allow his last book to be published, with speculation that he might have rejected some of the far-left stances of his earlier writings.
3. Plagiarism is a high crime of the writing world. Sometimes it can happen by accident if you don't cite your sources even in informal writing.
4. Carl Ellis talks about the importance of doing theology for activist Christians. He's a voice that we can benefit from listening to.
5. The intolerance of the faithful in politics and the public square is an issue in the US and the UK as this post at the Acton Institute outlines: